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White Blood Cells and Cytogram for Cellular Scatter

Lymphocytes (red) are smaller and have fewer internal components/granules than monocytes (yellow) and granulocytes (purple). Granulocytes are the most granular population; they have the most side scatter and appear farthest to the right on this scatter plot; the x axis represents side scatter.